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Join the FreeMumia Movement to End Mass Incarceration 9/14!

September 3, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

On the day following the 41st anniversary of the Attica massacre of courageous prisoners rising up against intolerable oppression, FreeMumia and others, come together to fight mass incarceration and to demand the closing of Attica as a symbolic commitment to the larger goal. They build on the powerful commemoration that took place last year at Riverside Church.  Fighting to/for:

–  End Mass Incarceration

–  Free Mumia & All Our Political Prisoners

–  Close down Attica

–  No Solitary Confinement

Join to hear a special panel on building a movement to end mass incarceration with:
Michelle Alexander, Angela Davis, Jazz Hayden, Marc Lamont Hill,  and Dr. Cornel West.

Additional speakers include:  Pam Africa and Soffiyah Elijah.

Video message from Juan Mendez

MC: Asha Bandele

Panel moderator:  Suzanne Ross


–       Michelle Alexander “The New Jim Crow”

–       Marc Lamont Hill “The Classroom & the Cell” written with Mumia Abu-Jamal

To endorse this event or reserve a literature table,
contact: Sept14th2012@gmail.com
for more info –  keep updated at: http://www.freemumia.com
or call 212.330.8029 

Location: Riverside Church
91 Claremont Ave (just North of 120th St.), New York City,
Near number #1 train, 116th St. or 125th St. stops

Cost: Tickets $10

Click here to buy your tickets online from Riverside Church

To pick up in person, go to the Riverside Church box office during the following hours: Thurs – Sat. 4– 8pm, Sun 12– 4pm

To order by phone during box office hours, call: 212.870.6784

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